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Half-Day Recoleta and Palermo Bike Tour in Buenos Aires

Highlights
  • Explore Buenos Aires’ most scenic neighborhoods by bike
  • Guided walking tour of the magnificent Recoleta Cemetery
  • Leisurely pace: suitable for all ages and abilities 
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Half-Day Recoleta and Palermo Bike Tour in Buenos Aires
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Explore Florális Genérica, Planetarium, Rose Garden, Evita Monument and Masoleum, recoleta cemetery and much more!
From US$45.00
Recoleta-Palermo Morning Tour
Explore Florális Genérica, Planetarium, Rose Garden, Evita Monument and Masoleum, recoleta cemetery and much more!
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Overview
The Buenos Aires neighborhoods of Recoleta and Palermo are known for their green parks, striking monuments, and lively plazas. On this tour, discover the scenic districts by bike and take the time to explore away from the tourist trail. Cycle around the Palermo Woods; see the Floralis Genérica, the Rose Garden, and the Planetarium; and stop to visit Recoleta Cemetery.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at San Martin Square in Retiro and set out to explore two of the city’s most affluent neighborhoods—Recoleta and Palermo. Glide around Plaza Francia and Carlos Thays Park, and pause to admire monuments such as the National Arts Museum and the striking Floralis Genérica, a futuristic flower sculpture which ‘blooms’ at sunrise and closes at sunset.
Continue to Palermo and cycle through the vast parklands of the Palermo Woods, passing the Evita Monument, the Spanish Monument, and the Japanese Garden. Stop to stroll around the idyllic Rose Garden, see the Planetarium and Plaza Italia, and take photos.
Finally, visit the Recoleta Cemetery and follow your guide on a 30-minute walking tour of the magnificent tombs, the most famous of which is Evita’s grave.
Your tour ends back at the departure point.
Reviews (14)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
The green route

A great way to see the quieter north side of the city. Alex our guide was friendly, had some good stories and spoke excellent English. It’s mostly all flat so the bikes without gears are fine. We were nearly all the time on cycle lanes...More

Thank R4454YSfionam
Reviewed 12 November 2018
Fun ride ... lots of things to see

Raymond was a wonderful tour guide. I signed up for the ART/CULTURE tour and this ride did not disappoint. We rode the "BAMBOO" bikes and they were so comfortable. Saw the classic places in Palermo (art district, lots of graffiti art, the La Bombanera Stadium)...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank BellevueVictorC
Reviewed 16 October 2018 via mobile
Superb!

Amazing bike tour with our wonderful guide Alex. He told use everything and more. The tour was diverse and we had plenty of time to explore different locations on our own. The perfect way to see this beautiful city!

Thank renske v
Reviewed 2 September 2018 via mobile
A great new way to discover BsAs

This tour was absolutely awesome! After 25 years of not even touching a bike, I had the opportunity to rediscover my favorite city on two wheels, departing Plaza San Martín, and going through the finest neighborhoods of Recoleta and Palermo. Mariano, the guide, was super...More

Thank DavidAzofeifa
Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile
Palermo Recoleta Bike Tour

Highly recommend this tour. A great over view with just the right amount of history told by our knowledgeable guide. Felt very safe along the many bike paths. A fantastic guide. Thanks for a great afternoon.

Thank Granny0001
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